Coding vs. COVID-19 A: Thinking Outside The Box
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Coding vs. COVID-19 A: Thinking Outside The Box

Learn how to code while we're all stuck in quarantine!
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Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Coding
  • Current events
Requirements
  • Be able to connect to the internet
  • Have a keyboard to type with
Description

Learn how to code while learning about current events! We will be teaching about COVID-19 throughout this course in a kid friendly way. This course in particular revolves around the idea of thinking outside the box when it comes to programming. Students will learn through different programming language environments with our expert coding coaches!

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner Coders
  • Elementary-aged Students
Course content
Expand all 10 lectures 01:42:26
+ Episode 1
2 lectures 09:24
We will talk about how quarantine affects us
What do you miss about being in quarantine?
3 questions
Apps for pets
What apps would you like to create for your pets?
3 questions
Let's talk about the people around you.
Working Remotely
3 questions
Tell us what type of activities you are doing online.
What did you used to do in person that you now do online?
3 questions
Online Activity.
Coding Exercise - Find the food
3 questions
+ Episode 2
2 lectures 20:36
Video Response - Part 1
07:30
What is a sandbox?
Sandbox
3 questions
Scratch Quiz
3 questions
Help the cat exit the sandbox.
Coding Exercise - Exit the sandbox
3 questions
Video Response - Part 2
13:06
General programming concept.
Basic Coding Concepts
4 questions
Scratch History Quiz
3 questions
+ Episode 3
2 lectures 25:04
Video Response - Part 1
13:10
In this assignment, we'll talk about how we can connect with people online.
Connecting with People
5 questions
In this assignment, we'll talk more about writing.
Writing Techniques
3 questions

In this quiz, we will ask about different types of data.

Definitions of Data
4 questions
Video Response - Part 2
11:54
In this assignment, we will talk about video game animations
Types of Animations
4 questions
In this assignment, we'll come up with different examples of writing and how the data flows.
Writing and Flow of Code
3 questions
Go to scratch.mit.edu and make the cat rotate 1 full circle and walk 3 steps
Scratch assignment
1 question
+ Episode 4
2 lectures 20:36
Video Response - Part 1
09:52
Discuss what is different in the grocery store now than before COVID-19.
Going to the Grocery Store
4 questions

Think about different pieces of information you need

What information do you need to know if it's safe to go to the grocery store?
3 questions
What science projects have you worked on
Science Projects
3 questions
Video Response - Part 2
10:44
We will discuss ways to interact with neighbors (or family or friends)
Won't you be my neighbor?
4 questions
We will discuss why it is important to gather data when trying to solve a problem.
Gathering Data
5 questions
We will gather information from a room.
Coding Exercise - Gather Data
8 questions
+ Episode 5
2 lectures 26:46
Video Response - Part
13:55
What are you doing in your free time
Free time
3 questions
Create and share your drawing
Drawings
3 questions

What is the difference between finite and infinite?

Finite vs Infinite
5 questions
Video Response - Part 2
12:51
No, not literally. We'll discuss how we can constrain our data in "squares".
Squares
5 questions
We will discuss things that can increase or lower the risk of getting in contact with COVID-19.
Risk Assesment
3 questions
Code a box.
Coding Exercise - Draw a box
5 questions